Bethesda's new RPG, Starfield, utilizes procedural generation to create over a thousand explorable planets, but this approach leads to dull and repetitive gameplay, highlighting the need for a balance between AI-generated content and hand-crafted design.
Starfield, the highly anticipated space RPG from Bethesda Game Studios, is finally available on PC and Xbox Series consoles, offering players a vast and immersive space adventure with numerous activities and the potential to become a Game of the Year contender in 2023.
Bethesda's use of their proprietary Creation Engine for Starfield has sparked a discussion among players and game developers about whether the game would benefit from using newer technology like Epic's Unreal Engine, with developers arguing that the Creation Engine is tailored for open-world RPGs and has years of tech and tools built specifically for that genre.
Bethesda Game Studios' next big focus will be on Starfield, a gigantic game that offers hundreds of hours of role-playing adventure and will be supported by Bethesda for years to come, while The Elder Scrolls 6 is likely to take several more years to develop.
Bethesda development chief Todd Howard has highlighted the advantages of Starfield being exclusive to Xbox, emphasizing the ability to focus on one console and deliver a better product, similar to the brand association Nintendo enjoys with its first-party games.
Starfield, the biggest Xbox game of the year, is now available on Game Pass, and players are faced with the task of making important choices during character creation, including selecting a background and traits that will impact their gameplay style.
Bethesda's new game Starfield has received positive reviews but also criticism for bugs and visual detail, with a viral video comparing it to Cyberpunk 2077; however, Cyberpunk 2077's senior quest designer argues that the comparison is unfair and hypocritical.
Starfield development chief Todd Howard responded to why Bethesda hadn't optimized Starfield for PC, stating that the game is running great and is a next-gen PC game, suggesting that players may need to upgrade their PCs to fully enjoy the game.
Starfield, the new game from Bethesda, features an infinite credit glitch and a handy spacesuit glitch for players to exploit.
GeForce Now adds 16 new games to its library, including Atomic Heart and Hardspace: Shipbreaker, but Starfield, a highly anticipated game, is still missing, leaving gamers uncertain if and when it will be available on the platform.
Bethesda's latest RPG, Starfield, achieves a record-breaking launch with over 6 million players, surpassing previous Bethesda games like Fallout and The Elder Scrolls.
Starfield, the new game from Bethesda Game Studios, has its fair share of bugs and glitches, including NPCs missing body parts, characters floating in the air, and NPCs wearing only bras and underwear.
Bethesda's Starfield director, Todd Howard, explained in an interview that the decision to exclude ground vehicles from the game was intentional in order to maintain a specific gameplay experience and to allow developers to design the game accordingly, while also noting that the game provides players with a ship and a jetpack as alternative vehicles.
Sony writer, Alanah Pearce, faces backlash for covering Starfield on her personal platforms, but she argues that the "console war" doesn't exist in the game development industry.
Bethesda Softworks' upcoming game Starfield has faced criticism for its poor facial detailing and racial biases in character designs, highlighting the studio's lack of care and recklessness in creating a diverse world in the laziest way possible.
Starfield, the newly released game by Bethesda, has been bombarded with negative reviews and review bombing on Metacritic, despite the generally positive reception and the game's high quality, possibly due to bitter trolls and unrealistic expectations.
Bethesda's upcoming game Starfield is set to receive official mod support, including the highly anticipated Creation Kit 2, in 2024, allowing modders to easily add new weapons, customizations, and more into the game.
Starfield's base-building feature improves upon Fallout 4's system with more freedom and functionality, but lacks the unique charm and sense of accomplishment found in Fallout 4's ruined world.
Bethesda's upcoming Shattered Space DLC for Starfield aims to address the dragging parts of the base game's story and potentially introduce emotional and impactful storylines, testing player bonds and potentially removing the protective nature of important locations like New Atlantis, according to speculation.
Bethesda's Starfield has a poorly explained ship combat system, but players can improve their experience by getting a new ship, purchasing necessary upgrades, learning effective maneuvering techniques, buying weapons, obtaining a Class C license, and utilizing the ship builder feature.
Players of Bethesda's recently released space RPG Starfield have been customizing their ships, with one player creating an impressive Arwing recreation from the Star Fox series, which has gained attention from the official Starfield social media account.
Bethesda has released bug fixes for Starfield and has announced future updates that include features such as DLSS support, HDR calibration menu, FOV slider, and cross-platform mod support.
Larian Studios defends Bethesda against criticism, saying it's not true to suggest the developers lacked passion for Starfield, following comparisons between Baldur's Gate 3 and Starfield. Former Blizzard developer Mike Kern also attacked Bethesda, but Larian's director of publishing disagrees, calling it a disingenuous oversimplification of game development.
Players of the newly released RPG game Starfield have discovered an exploit that allows them to easily earn large amounts of credits, with the ability to repeat the exploit for even more wealth, though the future of this exploit remains uncertain with the upcoming patch from Bethesda.
Starfield, a highly ambitious role-playing game from Bethesda Game Studios, is one of the best games ever developed by the company and a triumph for Microsoft, especially since it is available on Xbox Game Pass on its release day.
Bethesda's Starfield has become the developer's biggest game ever, with 10 million players since its launch in September, surpassing the popularity of previous titles like Fallout and The Elder Scrolls.